Located opposite Charleroi airport, the design features simple and serene surfaces and volumes. A white volume serves both as protective barrier and screen onto which various communicative interventions - for which Britélé is known - can take place. A suspended volume in metal and glass further crystallises the corporate identity.
Located at the intersection of the rue Bélliard and the rue Science, the design intelligently interprets “setback” guidelines, with planning permission submitted in June 2011. The inclusion of a generous piazza on the road side of the ground floor enables a convivial entrance gesture at the heart of the rue Bélliard. From the first preliminary sketches, the designers chose to shift the main building’s volume from the corner upwards toward the centre of the structure, giving rise to a five storey atrium.
The building is designed to provide some 11,000 sq m of office space. The architectural concept is clean and clear, with smooth concrete facings to the corner block and generous glazed curtain walling outlined with steel detailing.
Designed by ART & BUILD Architect and developed by AG Real Estate, Cristal Campus is located within the Carré 92 business park, designed and developed by the same team. Strategically located next to a RER station as well as the highway A86, Cristal Campus was handed over on August 1st to THALES and now houses THALES Communication & Security’s headquarters. The ensemble provides close to 90,000 square meters of office space nestled within a vast landscaped park.
Actiris, the Brussels Regional Employment Office, has chosen the G2A group comprised of Global, Art & Build and Anixton, to “elaborate, oversee and execute their central headquarters redeployment strategy”. The scope of work varies from strategic consultancy to the implementation of proposed solutions.
Actiris currently employs 950 staff across 25 sites. Their main headquarters is located at 65 Boulevard Anspach, Brussels, and covers some 15,000 sqm.
The construction phase of the new Konrad Adenauer extension to the European parliament in Luxembourg (240,000 sqm) designed by Heinle Wischer und Partner – Frei Architeckten was at a standstill for several months. Now back on track with a new project management team, the architectural aspects are to be overseen by Art & Build, Tetra Kayser and Studio Valle.
Set to open in late 2016 in Paris, Opalia will be the tallest and largest wooden building in France. Featuring CLT floors and an innovative south-facing double skin set on a wooden frame, the building comprises 8 levels above ground and 2 below.
Project status: on site
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ALTAÏ is a highly visible office complex located at the heart of Paris' principal airport. The landmark green building sets the tone for the new Roissypole business development zone programmed by Aéroports de Paris. Steps away from the RER train station, the competition winning project designed by ART & BUILD Architects won over the jury thanks to a convincing environmentally conscious design, integrating innovative additives in the concrete façade panels.
Art and Build offices and architecture studios are distributed on several levels of the building located chaussée de Waterloo 255 in Brussels.
The surface area of over 2500 m2 distributed over several floors is given over to open-plan offices. The layout and choice of materials is deliberately sober and ecological in style. In 1999, Art & Build was awarded the seal of eco-dynamic company – an award that Art & Build has since been able to retain and improve upon.